As news of Khuli Chana being shot at by police trends on social media, Twitter is not short of jokes. Let's take a look at some of the reactions.
Electric shock therapy and torture are some of the allegations uncovered by the Wits Justice Project at the Mangaung Correctional Facility.
The IPID has recorded a 218% increase in police assaults in the 2012/2013 financial year and deaths in custody have also increased.
Nine police officers implicated in the murder of Daveyton taxi driver Emidio Macia have received bail in the Benoni Magistrate's Court.
Police had tried to protect Daveyton taxi driver Emidio Macia from harm, heard the Benoni Magistrate's Court.
Lunga Goodman Nono, the blind busker who was assaulted by police might have a recording contract in the pipeline, reported the Cape Argus.
One thousand police officials have been arrested for crime in the past three years, says Gauteng police commissioner Mzwandile Petros.
We talk about how concerns for public safety are overriding personal freedoms in the US, and what this means in SA where police misconduct is rife.
The police minister says civil claims against that SAPS cost around R7-billion, but new information has surfaced that the total was actually double.
The family of protester Andries Tatane is suing the police for compensation for his widow and two children.
As law enforcement counts the cost of police brutality, more cases have come to light. Just how far does the rot go and what is being done about it?
DA spokesperson on police Dianne Kohler Barnard says the latest incident, where a woman was beaten by an off-duty cop, proves a "major crisis".
South Africa's under-fire police force have faced a fresh scandal after footage emerged of an off-duty officer hitting and kicking an unarmed woman.
Roger Graham's rebuke of the M&G's "irresponsible" repetition of the word "brutality" in the article on police er brutality, can't go unchallenged.
Gauteng police commissioner Mzwandile Petros believes only dedicated police officers who "love democracy" are what is needed in the police service.
President Jacob Zuma must move beyond party politics and protect citizens from police brutality and abuse of power, says DA leader Helen Zille.
Despite Emidio Macia's horrific death, South Africa was not there to comfort the Mozambique national's family.
Sanctioning ever more force to end violent protest and crime is sending out the wrong message, writes Glynnis Underhill.
Back from his honeymoon, the police minister has finally had his say about Emidio Macia's killing.